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Police are today venturing up the chase for a knifeman who wounded a cyclist to passing in an evidently arbitrary assault close a occupied shopping centre.
The 39-year-old casualty was wounded with what is accepted to be an 18in blade after being drawn closer from behind.
The episode happened outside McDonald’s on Denmark Hill, Camberwell, south London at around 5.15pm on Monday.
The man, who lived locally, was taken to adjacent Lords School Healing facility where he was articulated dead quickly after arrival.
A police representative said: “There does not show up to have been an contention or, then again quarrel earlier to the stabbing.”
Floral tributes were set at the spot where the 39-year-old was attacked.
A note on one bundle of blossoms read: “To Mark, RIP, I cherish you with all my heart, wifie Sylvia.”
Another said: “I don’t know who you was yet you didn’t merit this Mark. RIP. You don’t know us.”
Shop colleague Huseyin Mentes, 23, was working in Superdrug inverse the scene of the wounding just outside the shop.
He said the to begin with he knew of the assault was at the point when a lady screamed.
“There was this fellow on the floor. At to begin with I thought he was having a fit since he was shaking what’s more, I didn’t see the blood.
“Then somebody said he had been wounded what’s more, everybody begun swarming around. There was a part of blood on the floor,” he said.
Mr Mentes said an rescue vehicle arrived inside 10 minutes. He was treated by paramedics some time recently being driven away.
Police said the suspect fled down Butterfly Walk what’s more, through a adjacent shopping arcade.
He is portrayed as being a light cleaned dark man, matured around 30, slim, what’s more, wearing a yellow T-shirt, messy dull blue pants what’s more, a grey-coloured baseball cap.
Detectives are seeking for the kill weapon which has however to be recovered.
Officers are inquiring nearby occupants to check their gardens as they accept the assailant may have tossed the weapon away.
“We are looking for a expansive 12-18in bladed weapon, potentially a machete, that we accept may have been concerned in the attack,” the representative said.
He added: “It may have been relinquished in the range what’s more, we are inquiring nearby individuals to check their gardens what’s more, on the off chance that they come over anything that takes after the weapon to caution police immediately.”
A post-mortem examination was held recently at Greenwich Mortuary. The man has been formally recognized yet his name has not however been discharged as his next of kinfolk have not all been informed.
Superintendent David Chinchen of Southwark police, said: “Whilst engaging straightforwardly for data concerning this unfortunate incident, I would too inquire the open to work with the More secure Southwark Association to anticipate comparative episodes by restricting get to to weapons that proceed to cause hurt in our community.
“Thankfully these episodes are still uncommon yet will as it were be anticipated through the engagement what’s more, bolster of all groups in Southwark.”
Anyone with data ought to contact police on 020 8721 4868 or, on the other hand 020 8297 1212 or, then again call Crimestoppers secretly on 0800 555 111.

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